Design for an insulator
US D31799 S
Description (OCR text may contain errors)
0954a OP D 51.799
DES C N.
No. 3!.799. Patented Nov. 7, I899.
F. H. WITHYCUMBE.
\ ApplicM-um 81011 Sept. 16. lBDDYi M EJ Wuewtm TM atrouum y UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
FREDERICK HENRY \VI'IIIYLXUIIHC, (IF MONTREAL, IANADA, ASSIGXOR OF ICLFYICY IWVENTHC'IIl5 'lt CLEMENT IIICYRY VULIQOI), F SAME PLAFE.
DESlGN FOR AN INSULATOR.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 31,799, dated November 7, 1899.
Application file l S ptemher l5, I899. Serial Nn.730.636. m iii patent I4 years.
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le it known that I, Flillhlillitjk lirlxizr VHIIYCUMBE,itfillbjetfiflf the (Jueen of Great, Britain, residing in the eityot' Montreal, Irow 5 inee of Quebec, Canada, have invented and produced a new and original Design for Insulators, of which the following is n speeiiicntion, reference beinghnd to thenceompnnying drawing, forming part; thereof, in which my I0 new design is shown in perspective \iCW.
As shown in the drawing, the loading or material feature of my design consists of the vertical ridges extending over the exposed portion of the side, as at a, and over the bet- 1 tom edge, is at I there being the usual ceni5 trnl horizontal groove encircling the insulator, which also has n plain rounded top.
Having descrihed my invention, what I elnixn as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patient, is- 20 The design for an insulator, substantially as herein shown and described. i In testlililon whereof I have signed in the presence of the two witnesses.
Flllilll-llt'llli lll'lh'lil' \l'I'Illl'lUllIiE. Witnesses:
\VILLIAM 1. MCFEA'I, FRED. J. SEARS.